Today’s quick hits, Oct. 26, 2021

A right to food? Mainers debate a proposed constitutional amending guaranteeing “a right to food” ahead of Nov. 2 vote. (AP)

Pricey Thanksgiving: Nearly every ingredient, from the turkey to the after-dinner coffee, is expected to cost more this year than ever, for a host of reasons. (New York Times)

Brits stock up: Shortages of goods, fuel and workers are driving a surge of early holiday food shopping among English consumers. (The Guardian)

Champagne shortage: Low supply, high demand and the ongoing shipping bottleneck are likely to produce shortages of French bubbly this holiday season. (The Washington Post)

Big Ag’s carbon programs: The biggest agriculture companies are launching programs to sequester carbon and generate valuable credits, creating a new revenue stream for farmers. (Reuters)